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The help screens in EndNote are also very useful. To access, click on the Help option on the menu bar or the Help button question mark on the toolbar of your EndNote library.


Support Sessions

The UNE Librarians can also run support sessions.

These sessions are normally limited to one hour. Internal students and academic staff should attend the introductory EndNote class before making an appointment for face-to-face support.

Distance students, if unable to attend a scheduled class, should work through UNE training material or view the official EndNote training videos before booking an individual session.

Please note that:

  • Before attending a session, please make sure that your computer equipment is current and functional. Your computer's operating system must be later than 2009.
  • We support EndNote X7 and X5. Support for EndNote X6 is available from the EndNote site.

Making an appointment

Prior appointments are essential. For appointments, phone the Library Service Desk on (02) 6773 2458 or email the Library through  Ask a Librarian.

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